Lavender Graduation, Alumni Service Day and more.
Hosting trivia games, enabling relationships with alumni and teaching history through art are only a few of the many ways Rasine Kreyol introduces Ospreys to the Haitian culture.
Steve Aoki, time tickets, and more this week.
53 student teams got together to create short films with only a week’s time to do every bit of production from writing to shooting to editing. Here are the finalists.
It’s the week before spring break, and fun and relaxation is on the horizon. Check out these events for when you need something to do during a study break.
Though the UNF men’s basketball team earned a loss against Florida Gulf Coast University, the energy and support from the fans remained a key element that enhanced the game day experience.
Breaking Bad’s “Gus” Giancarlo Esposito wrapped up UNF’s Black History Month festivities on Feb. 25 for UNF’s Black History Month Proclamation.
From the Women’s History Month Kick-Off to the Holi color-throwing celebration to enjoying a softball game, there’s something for anyone who has extra time to spare
Night of fun brought the carnival to campus, and students dug it.
Homecoming’s half-way point was marked by Lip Sync, one of UNF’s favorite traditions, and this year’s theme was legends.
Steve Wozniak gave us the formula to happiness and an inside look at the start-up of Apple at the Presidential Lecture Series event in the UNF Arena.
Don’t miss out on this semester’s annual Winter Fest. Yes, there will be free food.
This past Saturday, students had an opportunity to relax with friends, pizza and music at the Light up the Lake event.
The recent World Fest event hosted by UNF’s International Center brought international students on campus together to experience one another’s culture.
Seven of UNF’s bravest students competed to eat some adventurous dishes from around the world.
Latin American Student Organization and Sigma Beta Rho exemplify UNF’s diversity at So You Know You Can’t Dance
UNF students recently had the opportunity to learn more about the Latin American culture and how to dance at the So You Know You Cant’t Dance event hosted by LASO and Sigma Beta Rho fraternity.